Wednesday, January 6, 2010


Holy crap Amanda is amazing.

We just had a 30-minute brainstorming session on Gchat and came up some seriously amazing ideas for decorations!!!

I am legitimately excited.

More explanation to follow sometime ... as for now, wait in anticipation for our crafty genius.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010


One of the benefits of having a really attractive future spouse is that I don't have to worry about him looking good at our wedding.

Girls have to worry about lots of BS:
"This color washes me out."
"You can see my cellulite dimples through this ill-fitting satin."
"My boobs are falling out."

Josiah, on the other hand, could wear anything and look hotttt (middle-school throwback).

The day after Christmas, I made Jo join me to register for presents at the mall. We decided to have him measured at J. Crew, then stop next door at Banana Republic to try on some suiting.

And holy shit. I felt sinful, he looked so good. I am now worried about being one-upped by his handsomeness at the wedding. I don't think that's allowed.

Anyway, the only concern for Jo is that since he's so slender, he needs a slim-fitting suit. Luckily for him, every hip brand in the world these days make clothes for men like Jo. I like it.

We're thinking of doing a charcoal suit with a white shirt and green tie.

The J. Crew Ludlow suit:

Banana Republic Monogram:

Some randoms:


I am about to decorate my foot up TCA's butt. This is such a pain! I thought it'd be easy to think of some fun touches full of personality. Not true. I can't come up with anything good!

I spent most of Sunday afternoon crying because I have no idea what I'm doing with this wedding nonsense. Surprise surprise.

However, in the past couple of days I have:
  1. Finalized the bridal shower invite list/addresses
  2. Addressed 49/80 envelopes
  3. Received the wedding photographer contract
  4. Contacted the caterer to set up a testing
  5. Contacted the coordinator at TCA to set up a meeting/viewing of the reception room
  6. Forced Josiah to contact the officiant to set up a meeting
Other than addressing invitations, it's not much to write home about. But at least I am trying to do something. Anything!